What is Eugene?

  • (noun): A city in eastern Oregon on the Willamette River; site of a university.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on eugene:

Twister (1989 Film) - Plot
... The head of the family is Eugene Cleveland (Stanton), who built soda pop and mini-golf empires and lives off the proceeds ... Eugene, exasperated with Howdy's high-brow attitude and Maureen's sullen listlessness, spends his time drinking and courting Virginia, a local host of a Christian children's ... Eugene, frustrated with Virginia's condescending attitude toward his family, breaks up with her ...
Eugène, 8th Prince Of Ligne - Biography
... He married Amelie Melanie, daughter of Louis de Brienne de Conflans d'Armentières - through their daughter Princess Natalie of Ligne, he was the grandfather of Princess Isabella of Croÿ. ...
Battle Of Carpi - The Battle
... After five weeks' cautious manoeuvring on both sides, Eugene found an unguarded spot about 10 km southeast of Legnago near the town of Castagnaro ... Catinat at once concentrated his scattered army backwards on the Mincio, while Eugene turned northward and regained touch with his old line of supply, Roveredo-Rivoli ... For some time Eugene was in great difficulties for supplies, as the Venetians would not allow his barges to descend the Adige ...
Delta Highway
... Delta Highway is a short limited-access freeway in Eugene, Oregon, United States, linking downtown Eugene with Beltline Highway, northern Eugene and the Riverridge golf course to the north ...
Casper Rose - War of The Roses
... sold to Millwall until a bust up took place between him and Eugene during a match between Charlton and Harchester United ... Cass' jealousy of Eugene, his father's other son, mounted which resulted in him enacting a devastating revenge on his brother and ending Eugene's big money move to Liverpool ...

More definitions of "Eugene":

  • (noun): Austrian general in the service of the Holy Roman Empire during the War of the Spanish Succession (1663-1736).
    Synonyms: Prince Eugene of Savoy